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Tim Holt sits with Ready for Brexit to discuss brexit and Boris Johnson’s impact on the future.

Tim Holt sits with Ready for Brexit to discuss brexit and Boris Johnson’s impact on the future.

Posted: 30th September 2019

  Tim Holt, co-founder and finance director of Cheshire-based Plastic Card Services, says that he noticed that businesses seemed to show a little more confidence when Boris Johnson took over as Prime Minister. What does Plastic Card Services produce? We manufacture plastic cards – membership, hotel and loyalty cards. We are not a secure printer so we […]

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Tim Holt speaks to Gazprom Energy about better business communication

Tim Holt speaks to Gazprom Energy about better business communication

Posted: 17th July 2019

Strong business communication is essential whether it’s employees, clients or customers you’re interacting with. It is a means of strengthening relationships with all involved and improving the reputation of the business as a whole. Striving to be a better communicator is never a bad idea. Gazprom Energy got in touch with our owner Tim Holt […]

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Louise Ray – Customer trust and loyalty

Louise Ray – Customer trust and loyalty

Posted: 26th June 2019

Our Director of Marketing and Communications, Louise Ray recently sat down with B2B Marketing Magazine to discuss the importance of retaining customer trust and loyalty. See the transcript of the conversation below. The zebras of marketing Starting with a blank canvas can feel like a lot of work especially when you compare yourself to legacy […]

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Meet the Team – Q&A with Kathryn Barwick

Meet the Team – Q&A with Kathryn Barwick

Posted: 26th June 2019

How long have you worked at PCS? 16 Months What do you do day to day at work? Account Management Which famous person do you most look like? Vicky McClure Who would you invite to your dream dinner party? Peter Kay What would be the soundtrack to your life? Anything by The Doves What is […]

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Help us ‘Race to the Tour’

Help us ‘Race to the Tour’

Posted: 24th June 2019

We undertake several fundraising events throughout the year from bake sales to triathlon’s, and for our latest event we wanted to do something that could involve all staff no matter their fitness levels and therefore, we have come up with the idea of a sponsored cycle ride to coincide with the 2019 Tour de France. […]

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Q&A with Production Manager, Shaun Hinchy

Q&A with Production Manager, Shaun Hinchy

Posted: 11th June 2019

Shaun Hinchy, our Production Manager, sat down with PrintWeek Magazine to discuss and reflect on his time in the job. See the transcript from this conversation below. What is your nickname? Inchy. Why did you get into printing? I was a production manager at a TV shopping channel when the opportunity arose to help grow a […]

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Making Gift Cards Work For You

Making Gift Cards Work For You

Posted: 25th April 2019

Plastic gift cards have already replaced the majority of traditional paper-based vouchers, and as the numerous benefits become more apparent to business owners, the popularity of these schemes is increasing. In fact, according to the UK Gift Card & Voucher Association (UKGCVA) 80% of consumers are willing to spend more on gift cards and vouchers […]

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Meet the Team – Q&A with Rob Scovell

Meet the Team – Q&A with Rob Scovell

Posted: 25th April 2019

What do you do day to day at work? I facilitate analysis of customer data ensuring a smooth transition from client to final production. I am also responsible for marketing and external communications including social media promotions. Which famous person do you most look like? Robert Pattinson. Who would you invite to your dream dinner […]

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PCS PARTNER WITH CRC TO INCREASE RECYCLING

PCS PARTNER WITH CRC TO INCREASE RECYCLING

Posted: 18th March 2019

  Plastic Card Services (PCS) are proud to announce that they have joined an exciting new partnership with Community Recycling Consortium (CRC), a charitable computer recycling group. CRC collect redundant computers and machinery to be repurposed. Their goal is to use these old computers as a “vehicle for the training and employment of people with […]

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